Bill Gilman OK, so I think it's the old Accurate Miniatures/Monogram Pro Modeller kit, which is a beauty! It had photoetch even back then (early 1990s). I'm glad it's not the original Monogram kit from the 60s, although the "working" features were fun! Especially the bomb that swings out to clear the prop. It would work about 10 times before it broke!
23. September 2012 at 13:43:43
Bill Gilman I just looked on oldmodelkits.com and you can pick up the Monogram Pro Modeller release of this kit for a measly $79 USD!
23. September 2012 at 13:46:48
berni yes indeed, it's an nice kit. but are hard to get. many mates have in there stash's.
23. September 2012 at 14:13:33
Michel Huijghe I've got one that I don't going to build. The box is not so good anymore but the rest is ok. I've sent you a PM.
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